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Sermons & Religious Lectures
by Dave Seip
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I want to again thank all of you who have been patient through this last hiatus, and especially for those of you close to me who have been actively praying for and ministering to me during this time.  This was not a "I'm just really busy" hiatus.  I mentioned in the last episode that there was some turmoil ongoing, and unfortunately it ended in the worst possible way: my wife and I are no longer married.  I have no intention of divulging more information than that, but to answer...
Topics: Jesus Christ, Christianity, Christian, sermon, podcast, Charles Spurgeon, Lamentations
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by Dave Seip
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Read the sermon text at Spurgeon Gems On November 5, a little over two weeks ago as of this writing, a man named Devin Kelley walked into the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas, and proceeded to murder almost half of the congregation .  Of the 50 attendees of that church, he killed 24 of them.  When this happened, I was worshiping with my own church in Denton, about five hours north, and the horror of the tragedy struck close to my heart.  Not because I was afraid someone was...
Topics: Christian, Jesus Christ, Charles Spurgeon, Sermon, Podcast, prayer
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by Dave Seip
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Read the sermon text at Spurgeon.org This sermon is a hard and harsh one, and understandably so.  And this is one of Charles Spurgeon's earlier sermons, so it is perhaps a bit "rougher around the edges" than some later ones, after he has spent years experiencing the grace of God amidst the peaks and valleys of life.  But I read it because I find it immensely relevant, because God's justice is a subject that must be discussed if the gospel is to have true meaning. The justice of God...
Topics: Christian, Jesus Christ, Charles Spurgeon, Sermon, Podcast, Judgment, Justice, Hell, Repentance
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by Dave Seip
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Read the sermon text at Spurgeon.org I want to say thank you to everyone who has had kind words and continued prayers for me as I have been working through the divorce and all of the personal fallout that has been involved.  I want to especially thank Alex Humphrey of The Rugged Marriage and his wife Rachel, and I definitely recommend subscribing to their podcast if you don't already.  They were a tremendous encouragement to me, along with many others in my church and around me who have...
Topics: Christian, Jesus Christ, Charles Spurgeon, Sermon, Podcast, Love
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Read the sermon text at Spurgeon Gems If you missed it, I did a livestream while I was recording on the Facebook page.  Follow this link if you want to see this sermon read unedited for mistakes, coughing, etc. I won't belabor this final episode of the year, except to wish you all a merry Christmas and happy new year.  I ran a little poll on the Twitter account to see what people would choose for the Christmas episode, and this sermon won out by a large margin.  I found it very fitting as...
Topics: Christian, Jesus Christ, Charles Spurgeon, Sermon, Podcast, Christmas, Incarnation, Fear
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by Dave Seip
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The saying is trustworthy and deserving of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the foremost. -1 Timothy 1:15 There is so much that could be said about this verse.  It is, perhaps, one of the phrases of Scripture that could be said to best describe the whole of a Christian's confession and walk: the command to listen and believe, the confession of faith in the one hope any man has in this life or the next, coupled with the cry of insufficiency...
Topics: podcast, sermon, Gospel, solus Christus, politics, Donald Trump, Charles Spurgeon, Jesus Christ,...
"They shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks." Pastor Deniece Mason explains what this means in a modern context. She points out that Memorial Day wasn't a holiday before 1971. And long before that, it's origins come from women in Mississippi who, while decorating the graves of their ancestors in a cemetery, noticed some long neglected overgrown graves. These were for union soldiers. And they decided to clean these up and put flowers on them,...
Topics: sermon, umc, podcast, swords to plowshares, isaiah, memorial day, jesus, peace, shalom
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by Denis Johnson
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